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fresh

 (frĕsh)
adj. fresh·er, fresh·est
1.
a. New to one's experience; not encountered before: fresh evidence.
b. Unusual or different: a fresh slant on the problem. See Synonyms at new.
2.
a. Recently made, produced, or harvested; not stale or spoiled: fresh bread.
b. Not preserved, as by canning, smoking, or freezing: fresh vegetables.
3. Not saline or salty: fresh water.
4.
a. Not yet used or soiled; clean: a fresh sheet of paper.
b. Free from impurity or pollution; pure: fresh air.
c. Not dull or faded: a fresh memory.
5. Fairly strong and often cool; brisk: a fresh wind.
6.
a. Having just arrived: fashions fresh from Paris.
b. Untried or trained but not experienced: fresh volunteers.
7.
a. Revived or reinvigorated; refreshed: I was fresh as a daisy after the nap.
b. Rested and ready for a long ride. Used of horses.
c. Having the glowing or unspoiled appearance of youth: a fresh complexion.
8. Having recently calved and therefore with milk. Used of a cow.
9. Informal Bold and saucy; impudent.
10. Slang Excellent; first-rate.
adv.
Recently; newly: fresh out of milk; muffins baked fresh daily.
n.
1. The early part: the fresh of the day.
2. A freshet.

[Middle English, from Old English fersc, pure, not salty, and from Old French freis (feminine fresche), new, recent, of Germanic origin.]

fresh′ly adv.
fresh′ness n.

fresh

(frɛʃ)
adj
1. not stale or deteriorated; newly made, harvested, etc: fresh bread; fresh strawberries.
2. newly acquired, created, found, etc: fresh publications.
3. novel; original: a fresh outlook.
4. latest; most recent: fresh developments.
5. further; additional; more: fresh supplies.
6. (Cookery) not canned, frozen, or otherwise preserved: fresh fruit.
7. (of water) not salt
8. bright or clear: a fresh morning.
9. chilly or invigorating: a fresh breeze.
10. not tired; alert; refreshed
11. not worn or faded: fresh colours.
12. having a healthy or ruddy appearance
13. newly or just arrived; straight: fresh from the presses.
14. youthful or inexperienced
15. (Agriculture) chiefly US designating a female farm animal, esp a cow, that has recently given birth
16. informal presumptuous or disrespectful; forward
17. dialect Northern English partially intoxicated; tipsy
n
18. the fresh part or time of something
19. (Physical Geography) another name for freshet
vb
obsolete to make or become fresh; freshen
adv
20. in a fresh manner; freshly
21. fresh out of informal having just run out of supplies of
[Old English fersc fresh, unsalted; related to Old High German frisc, Old French freis, Old Norse ferskr]
ˈfreshly adv
ˈfreshness n

fresh

(frɛʃ)

adj. , fresh•er, fresh•est,
adv., n., v. adj.
1. newly made or obtained: fresh footprints.
2. recently arrived; just come: fresh from school.
3. not previously known; new; novel: to uncover fresh facts.
4. additional or further: fresh supplies.
5. not salty, as water.
6. retaining the original properties unimpaired; not stale or spoiled: Is the milk still fresh?
7. not preserved by freezing, canning, pickling, salting, drying, etc.: fresh vegetables.
8. not tired or fatigued; vigorous: She was still fresh after that long walk.
9. not faded, worn, obliterated, etc.: fresh paint.
10. looking youthful and healthy: a fresh beauty.
11. pure, cool, or refreshing, as air.
12. (of wind) moderately strong or brisk.
13. inexperienced; green; callow: fresh recruits.
14. Informal. forward or presumptuous; impertinent.
15. (of a cow) having recently given birth and begun a new milk flow.
16. Slang. exciting; appealing; great.
adv.
17. newly; recently; just now: I am fresh out of ideas.
n.
18. the fresh part or time.
19. a freshet.
v.t., v.i.
20. to make or become fresh.
[before 900; Middle English; Old English fersc]
fresh′ly, adv.
fresh′ness, n.
syn: See new.

fresh


Past participle: freshed
Gerund: freshing

Imperative
fresh
fresh
Present
I fresh
you fresh
he/she/it freshes
we fresh
you fresh
they fresh
Preterite
I freshed
you freshed
he/she/it freshed
we freshed
you freshed
they freshed
Present Continuous
I am freshing
you are freshing
he/she/it is freshing
we are freshing
you are freshing
they are freshing
Present Perfect
I have freshed
you have freshed
he/she/it has freshed
we have freshed
you have freshed
they have freshed
Past Continuous
I was freshing
you were freshing
he/she/it was freshing
we were freshing
you were freshing
they were freshing
Past Perfect
I had freshed
you had freshed
he/she/it had freshed
we had freshed
you had freshed
they had freshed
Future
I will fresh
you will fresh
he/she/it will fresh
we will fresh
you will fresh
they will fresh
Future Perfect
I will have freshed
you will have freshed
he/she/it will have freshed
we will have freshed
you will have freshed
they will have freshed
Future Continuous
I will be freshing
you will be freshing
he/she/it will be freshing
we will be freshing
you will be freshing
they will be freshing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been freshing
you have been freshing
he/she/it has been freshing
we have been freshing
you have been freshing
they have been freshing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been freshing
you will have been freshing
he/she/it will have been freshing
we will have been freshing
you will have been freshing
they will have been freshing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been freshing
you had been freshing
he/she/it had been freshing
we had been freshing
you had been freshing
they had been freshing
Conditional
I would fresh
you would fresh
he/she/it would fresh
we would fresh
you would fresh
they would fresh
Past Conditional
I would have freshed
you would have freshed
he/she/it would have freshed
we would have freshed
you would have freshed
they would have freshed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.fresh - recently made, produced, or harvested; "fresh bread"; "a fresh scent"; "fresh lettuce"
new - not of long duration; having just (or relatively recently) come into being or been made or acquired or discovered; "a new law"; "new cars"; "a new comet"; "a new friend"; "a new year"; "the New World"
stale - lacking freshness, palatability, or showing deterioration from age; "stale bread"; "the beer was stale"
2.fresh - (of a cycle) beginning or occurring again; "a fresh start"; "fresh ideas"
new - not of long duration; having just (or relatively recently) come into being or been made or acquired or discovered; "a new law"; "new cars"; "a new comet"; "a new friend"; "a new year"; "the New World"
3.fresh - imparting vitality and energyfresh - imparting vitality and energy; "the bracing mountain air"
invigorating - imparting strength and vitality; "the invigorating mountain air"
4.fresh - original and of a kind not seen before; "the computer produced a completely novel proof of a well-known theorem"
original - being or productive of something fresh and unusual; or being as first made or thought of; "a truly original approach"; "with original music"; "an original mind"
5.fresh - not canned or otherwise preserved; "fresh vegetables"
preserved - prevented from decaying or spoiling and prepared for future use
6.fresh - not containing or composed of salt water; "fresh water"
salty - containing or filled with salt; "salt water"
7.fresh - having recently calved and therefore able to give milk; "the cow is fresh"
lactating, wet - producing or secreting milk; "a wet nurse"; "a wet cow"; "lactating cows"
8.fresh - with restored energy
rested - not tired; refreshed as by sleeping or relaxing; "came back rested from her vacation"
9.fresh - not soured or preserved; "sweet milk"
unsoured - not having turned bad
10.fresh - free from impurities; "clean water"; "fresh air"
pure - free of extraneous elements of any kind; "pure air and water"; "pure gold"; "pure primary colors"; "the violin's pure and lovely song"; "pure tones"; "pure oxygen"
11.fresh - not yet used or soiledfresh - not yet used or soiled; "a fresh shirt"; "a fresh sheet of paper"; "an unused envelope"
clean - free from dirt or impurities; or having clean habits; "children with clean shining faces"; "clean white shirts"; "clean dishes"; "a spotlessly clean house"; "cats are clean animals"
12.fresh - improperly forward or bold; "don't be fresh with me"; "impertinent of a child to lecture a grownup"; "an impudent boy given to insulting strangers"; "Don't get wise with me!"
forward - used of temperament or behavior; lacking restraint or modesty; "a forward child badly in need of discipline"
Adv.1.fresh - very recently; "they are newly married"; "newly raised objections"; "a newly arranged hairdo"; "grass new washed by the rain"; "a freshly cleaned floor"; "we are fresh out of tomatoes"

fresh

adjective
1. additional, more, new, other, added, further, extra, renewed, supplementary, auxiliary He asked the police to make fresh enquiries.
2. clear, marked, plain, distinct, noticeable, clear-cut fresh footprints in the snow
3. natural, raw, crude, unsalted, unprocessed, uncured, unpreserved, undried, green A meal with fresh ingredients doesn't take long to prepare.
natural frozen, salted, preserved, pickled, tinned
4. new, original, novel, unusual, latest, different, recent, modern, up-to-date, this season's, unconventional, unorthodox, ground-breaking, left-field (informal), new-fangled, modernistic These designers are full of fresh ideas.
new old, ordinary, dull, stereotyped, trite
5. invigorating, clear, clean, bright, sweet, pure, stiff, crisp, sparkling, bracing, refreshing, brisk, spanking, unpolluted The air was fresh and she felt revived.
invigorating warm, stale, musty, impure
6. cool, cold, refreshing, brisk, chilly, nippy The breeze was fresh and from the north.
7. vivid, bright, verdant, undimmed, unfaded a semi-circular mosaic, its colours still fresh
vivid old, weary
8. rosy, clear, fair, bright, healthy, glowing, hardy, blooming, wholesome, ruddy, florid, dewy, good His fresh complexion made him look young.
rosy sickly, pallid
9. lively, rested, bright, keen, vital, restored, alert, bouncing, revived, refreshed, vigorous, energetic, sprightly, invigorated, spry, chipper (informal), full of beans (informal), like a new man, full of vim and vigour (informal), unwearied, bright-eyed and bushy-tailed (informal) I nearly always wake up fresh and rested.
lively exhausted, weary
11. cheeky (Informal) bold, brazen, impertinent, forward, familiar, flip (informal), saucy, audacious, sassy (U.S. informal), pert, disrespectful, presumptuous, insolent, impudent, smart-alecky (informal) Don't get fresh with me.
cheeky well-mannered

fresh

adjective
1. Not the same as what was previously known or done:
2. Not previously used:
3. Being an addition:
4. Bright and clear in complexion; not dull or faded:
Translations
čerstvýsladkýsvěžíčilýčistý
ferskfriskny
freŝa
tuoreraikasraitisröyhkeäuusi
hladanslatkovodansvjež
üde
segar
ferskurferskur, nÿrferskvatnfrísklegursvalur, hressandi
すがすがしい新鮮な淡水の
상쾌한소금이 안든신선한
apsitvarkytiatsigaivintigaivėtigėlasgėlavandenis
dzestrsjaunsmožssaldūdensspirgts
svieži
čistnovprazensladeksvež
friskfärskfräsch
สดสดชื่นใหม่น้ำจืด
tazetemizyenicanlandırıcıdinlenmiş
ngọttrong lànhtươi

fresh

[freʃ]
A. ADJ (fresher (compar) (freshest (superl)))
1. (= not stale, not preserved) [fruit, milk etc] → fresco; [bread] → recién hecho; [smell, taste] → a fresco
I need some fresh airnecesito un poco de aire fresco, necesito salir a respirar aire fresco
to get some fresh airtomar el fresco
to let in some fresh airdejar que entre un poco de aire
in the fresh airal aire libre
as fresh as a daisyfresco como una rosa
2. (= not salt) [water] → dulce
3. (= cool) [breeze] → fresco; [wind] → fuerte
it's quite fresh outhace bastante fresco fuera
4. (= healthy) [face, complexion] → lozano, saludable
5. (= rested) [person] → descansado
it's better done in the morning when you're freshse hace mejor por la mañana, cuando estás descansado
6. (= clean and new) [sheet of paper] → en blanco; [shirt, sheets] → limpio
to give sth a fresh coat of paintdar otra mano de pintura a algo
"fresh paint" (esp US) → "recién pintado"
we need some fresh facesnecesitamos ver caras nuevas
to make a fresh startvolver a empezar, empezar de nuevo
7. (= further) [outbreak, supplies] → nuevo
he has had a fresh attackha sufrido un nuevo ataque
8. (= recent) [footprints, tracks] → reciente
while it is still fresh in our mindsmientras lo tenemos fresco en la memoria
I've just made a fresh pot of coffeeacabo de hacer una cafetera de café
fresh from the ovenrecién salido del horno
the vegetables are fresh from the gardenla verdura está recién traída del huerto
a teacher fresh from collegeun profesor recién salido de la universidad
milk fresh from the cowleche f recién ordeñada
9. (= cheeky) [person] → impertinente, descarado
to get fresh with sb (= be cheeky with) → ponerse impertinente con algn, ponerse chulo con algn; (= take liberties with) → propasarse con algn
don't get fresh with me!¡no te pongas impertinente conmigo!, ¡no te pongas chulo conmigo!
he got a bit fresh with herse propasó un poco con ella
B. ADV fresh ground black pepperpimienta f negra recién molida
I picked the beans fresh this morningacabo de recoger or coger las judías esta mañana
to be fresh out of sth: we're fresh out of pan scrubs [shopkeeper] → acabamos de vender los últimos estropajos, se nos han acabado los estropajos; [householder] → se nos han acabado los estropajos
this government is fresh out of ideasa este gobierno se le han agotado las ideas

fresh

[ˈfrɛʃ] adj
[food] → frais(fraîche)
(= new) → nouveau(nouvelle)
to make a fresh start → prendre un nouveau départ
(= recently made) [prints, marks] → frais(fraîche); [cement, paint] → frais(fraîche)
[memory] → frais(fraîche)
to have sth fresh in one's mind → se souvenir parfaitement de qch
(= full of energy) [person] → fringuant(e)
to be as fresh as a daisy → être frais comme un gardon(fraîche)
(= cheeky) → familier/ière, culotté(e)
fresh from somewhere
I returned to the office, fresh from Heathrow → À peine étais-je arrivé de Heathrow que je suis retourné au bureau.
to be fresh out of university [graduate] → être frais émoulu(e) de l'université
to be fresh out of sth (= have none left) → être à court de qchfresh air nair m frais
I need some fresh air → J'ai besoin de prendre l'air.
fresh air and exercise → le grand air et l'exercice
in the fresh air → en plein air, au grand air

fresh

adj
(= not stale) food, clothes, taste, smell, breathfrisch
(= new, recent) instructions, news, wallpaperneu; coat of paint, make-up, memories, scarfrisch; (= additional, renewed) allegations, reports, inquiriesweitere(r, s); fighting, attackerneut; fresh suppliesNachschub m; a fresh outbreak of violenceerneute Ausschreitungen pl; a fresh pot of teaeine Kanne frisch aufgegossener Tee; does your house need a fresh coat of paint?muss Ihr Haus frisch gestrichen werden?; we need some fresh faceswir brauchen neue Gesichter; to make a fresh starteinen neuen Anfang machen, neu anfangen; to leave for fresh woods or fields (and pastures new)einen Schlussstrich ziehen und anderswo neu anfangen; to give fresh heart to somebodyjdm neuen Mut geben; the events were still fresh in his mind or memorydie Ereignisse waren ihm noch frisch im Gedächtnis or in Erinnerung
(= not dried, processed, frozen) pasta, fruit, herbs, juicefrisch; fresh milk (not UHT) → Frischmilch f; fresh meat (not frozen) → Frischfleisch nt; fresh orange juicefrisch gepresster Orangensaft
(= refreshed, not tired) person, horse, face, complexionfrisch; as fresh as a daisytaufrisch; to feel freshsich frisch fühlen
(= refreshing, original) approach, style, writingerfrischend; he has a fresh approach/fresh ideaser hat einen erfrischend neuen Ansatz/erfrischend neue Ideen
(= cool and invigorating) morning, wind, breezefrisch; it’s a bit fresh todayheute ist es ziemlich frisch; the air/water is cool and freshdie Luft/das Wasser ist kühl und erfrischend
(inf: = cheeky) → frech; (= disrespectful)pampig (inf); to be fresh with somebodyfrech zu jdm sein; to get freshfrech werden; don’t get fresh with me!komm mir bloß nicht frech!
adv
(= straight) young men fresh from or out of universityjunge Männer, die frisch or direkt von der Universität kommen; I was fresh out of Oxfordich hatte gerade mein Studium in Oxford beendet; tourists fresh off the planeTouristen, die gerade erst aus dem Flugzeug gestiegen sind; milk fresh from the cowsMilch frisch von den Kühen; cakes fresh from the ovenKuchen frisch aus dem Backofen, ofenfrische Kuchen; to come fresh to somethingneu zu etw kommen
(inf) we’re fresh out of cheeseuns ist gerade der Käse ausgegangen; they are fresh out of ideasihnen sind die Ideen ausgegangen, sie haben keine Ideen mehr

fresh

:
fresh air
nfrische Luft; in the freshan der frischen Luft; (= outdoors)im Freien; to go out into the freshan die frische Luft gehen; to go for a breath of freshfrische Luft schnappen gehen; I’m dying for a breath of freshich muss unbedingt frische Luft schnappen; to be (like) a breath of fresh (fig)wirklich erfrischend sein; it was a breath of fresh to read the articlees tat richtig gut, den Artikel zu lesen; he has been a breath of fresh for user hat uns neuen Schwung gegeben
fresh-baked

fresh

:
freshwater
adj attr fresh fish/eelSüßwasserfisch m/-aal m; fresh harbour (Brit) or harbor (US) → Binnenhafen m
fresh water
n (not salty) → Süßwasser nt; (not stale) → frisches Wasser

fresh

[frɛʃ]
1. adj (-er (comp) (-est (superl)))
a. (gen, not stale) → fresco/a; (new, sheet of paper, supplies, approach) → nuovo/a; (news) → recente
to put fresh courage into sb → ridare coraggio a qn
to make a fresh start → ricominciare da capo
as fresh as a daisy → fresco/a come una rosa
b. (invigorating, breeze) → fresco/a
it's a bit fresh (Met) → fa un po' freschino
c. (not salt, water) → dolce
d. (fam) (cheeky) → sfacciato/a
to get fresh with sb → prendersi delle libertà con qn
2. adv (baked, picked) → appena, da poco
bread fresh from the oven → pane appena uscito dal forno
to come fresh from New York → essere arrivato/a fresco/a fresco/a da New York

fresh

(freʃ) adjective
1. newly made, gathered, arrived etc. fresh fruit (= fruit that is not tinned, frozen etc); fresh flowers.
2. (of people etc) healthy; not tired. You are looking very fresh this morning.
3. another; different; not already used, begun, worn, heard etc. a fresh piece of paper; fresh news.
4. (of weather etc) cool; refreshing. a fresh breeze; fresh air.
5. (of water) without salt. The swimming-pool has fresh water in it, not sea water.
ˈfreshen verb
1. to become fresh or cool. The wind began to freshen.
2. (often with up) to (cause to) become less tired or untidy looking. I must freshen up before dinner.
ˈfreshly adverb
newly; recently. freshly gathered plums; freshly arrived.
ˈfresh-water adjective
of inland rivers or lakes; not of the sea. fresh-water fish.

fresh

الهَوَاءُ الطَّلْق, طَازِج, طازِج, ماءٌ عَذْب čerstvý, sladký, svěží fersk, frisk frisch, Süßwasser γλυκός, καθαρός, φρέσκος agua dulce, dulce, fresco makea, raikas, tuore douce, frais hladan, slatkovodan, svjež fresco すがすがしい, 新鮮な, 淡水の 상쾌한, 소금이 안든, 신선한 fris, vers, zoet fersk, frisk słodka (woda), świeży doce, fresco пресный, свежий, чистый färsk, frisk ใหม่, น้ำจืด, สด, สดชื่น taze, temiz ngọt, trong lành, tươi 新的, 新鲜的, 淡的

fresh

a. fresco-a, reciente.

fresh

adj fresco
References in classic literature ?
Yes, she makes me think of the German girls, she looks so fresh and quiet, and dances like a lady.
His fresh color and sandy hair and quick-changing blue eyes are those of a young man, and his sympathetic, solicitous interest in women is as youthful as it is Western and American.
She was a fresh, pretty woman, clad always in white with elbow sleeves.
Before these fields were shorn and till'd, Full to the brim our rivers flow'd; The melody of waters fill'd The fresh and boundless wood; And torrents dash'd, and rivulets play'd, And fountains spouted in the shade.
The light brougham was to be fresh done up, and as Colonel Blantyre was obliged to return to his regiment it was arranged that Smith should drive him to the town in it, and ride back; for this purpose he took the saddle with him, and I was chosen for the journey.
The grand doctor had said that he must have fresh air and Colin had said that he would not mind fresh air in a secret garden.
Yet, I think, none treated him better than a dog, unless it was Ben Gunn, who was still terribly afraid of his old quartermaster, or myself, who had really something to thank him for; although for that matter, I suppose, I had reason to think even worse of him than anybody else, for I had seen him meditating a fresh treachery upon the plateau.
So every evening he married a fresh wife and had her strangled the following morning before the grand-vizir, whose duty it was to provide these unhappy brides for the Sultan.
The sight of her always gave men fresh courage, and they flocked from the four quarters of the globe to attempt the work of rescuing her.
I opened my mouth wide, and my lungs saturated themselves with fresh particles.
Danglars looked towards Fernand, whose excitable nature received and betrayed each fresh impression.
With the sun rose the Fairies, and, with Eva, hastened away to the fountain, whose cool waters were soon filled with little forms, and the air ringing with happy voices, as the Elves floated in the blue waves among the fair white lilies, or sat on the green moss, smoothing their bright locks, and wearing fresh garlands of dewy flowers.